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Can you point out the applicable statute you are relying on for this?what's the VIN for the donor car Gary? Anyone using these airbags will have to notify their Department of Motor Vehicles or whatever department they get their repaired car retitled, of the origin of these airbags. FYI
It’s based on my experience with rebuilding two Giulia’s here in California. One car was an out of state car which came from South Carolina. If an out of state car is being rebuild for a new CA rebuild/salvage title then the final inspection is done by CA Highway Patrol instead of the DMV. When they conduct the inspection, they ask and verify all repairs done on the car. Once you explain the repairs then you have to provide copies of receipts for parts. If the parts are safety related like airbags, they need to be either brand new or if from another vehicle, the receipt needs to show the VIN of the donor car. The CHP inspector then goes back to his office, finds the information about the donor car online and confirms that the airbags you are putting in this car were not blown during the collision that donor car was involved. And, also they make sure that they don’t come from a reported stolen vehicle. Same thing applies to doors, hoods and other major body parts. There is a whole world of stealing and stripping cars for parts. They make sure that airbags are safe and come from a legitimate source.Can you point out the applicable statute you are relying on for this?
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